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AMi has the Solution for Improving Indoor Air Quality

Thursday, March 19th, 2020

Did you know….

  • Just one cubic foot of air can have more than 30 million pollutants? That’s 100 times more than the outside air.
  • Having good indoor air quality actually IMPROVES the efficiency of your HVAC system.
  • American’s spend 93% of our lives indoors where the level of pollutants are often 2 to 5 times greater than outdoors.

So what can you do about that? Although we can’t always control our outdoor or work environments, we can take steps to control the air quality of our homes. Air purification systems control the air quality filtering through your home and duct work, making the air in your home easier to breathe.

What do Air purifiers remove?

Virus Protection: Many people buy HEPA machines that are reported to kill viruses using UV lamps. Unfortunately, small UV lamps just don’t work; you need a lamp that will create at least 24,000 microwatts of UVGI.

Mold Removal: If you have a problem with surface mold, it’s best to consult with a professional AMi Technician. However, many people seek allergy relief products due to allergic reactions to airborne mold. Air purifiers that remove airborne mold usually raise ozone levels, and in the process kill odors, chemical particles and bacteria.

Dust Removal: Many people are allergic to dust, and turn to HEPA machines to filter out dust. HEPA machines usually only take care of the dust in the room where they’re located, so they’re not the best solution to keeping your whole house dust-free. Instead, it’s best to keep your HVAC running 24/7, invest in good furnace filters and a whole home air purifier.

Second Hand Smoke Removal: Smoke not only negatively impacts health and air quality, but it also seeps into fabrics and hard surfaces. Liquid air purifiers are the best and most effective way to remove second hand smoke.

The good news is AMi has many solutions for improving your indoor air quality, depending on your needs, concerns and environment.  

Even considering today’s air quality, respiratory illnesses aren’t inevitable. By improving your home air quality through cleaning and air purifiers, you are certain to breathe easier.

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